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secretary. >> former. >> and former treasury official and "morning joe" economic analyst, steve rattner. in d.c., msnbc political analyst and vice president and executive editor of msnbc.com, richard wolffe. nbc news capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell joins us from washington. harold, i'm sorry, i just had to run through that. come on, man. come on. what's going on here? come on. what's going on here? that story is about as clunky and awkward as my red sweater this morning. >> that's awkward. that is awkward. >> that is strange. >> your sweater does look good. >> the sweater looks okay. >> that is strange stuff. let me ask you this. can i just ask you an innocent question? >> sure. >> just a babe in the woods that's wandered in off the streets. and i've just got a question. i don't understand. denzel washington said in "philadelphia," talk to me like i'm a fourth grader. explain it to me. why do you have a guy who's like the number one or number two college prospect in america, he could have any girl, not only on the notre dame campus, but probably on any campus in america. >> f
of expiration on this latest endorsement. >> oh, steve, i know. >> i have to ask that question. i mean come on. mine you're sitting here together. everybody in town is talking about it already. and this is -- it's taking place. >> you know steve, i've got to tell you, you guys in the press are incorrigible. i was literally inaugurated four days ago, and you're talking about elections four years from no. >> and i am -- as you know, steve, i'm still secretary of state and i'm out of politics and i'm forbidden from hearing these questions. you know, look, obviously the president and i care deeply about what's going to happen for our country in the future, and i don't think, you know either he nor i can make predictions about what's going to happen tomorrow or the next year. what we've tried to do over the last four years is get up every day, have a clear eye view of what's going on in the world, and i'm really proud of where we are. >> and you can see steve kroft's few interview of president obama and hillary clinton on 60minutes.com. >>> straight ahead tiger chases a new reco
friend steve kroft lobbed a bunch of softballs at president obama and hillary clinton in his "60 minutes" interview last night. and you know what, folks, we still do not know what happened on that tragic, awful night in benghazi when four people were killed. the administration spun two separate stories, we still don't know the narrative. all that, the "kudlow report" starts right now. >>> first up tonight, it could prove to be the most significant immigration reform in years. bipartisan group of four democratic and four republican senators unveiling their blueprint this afternoon for border security, guest worker cards, more foreign brainiacs and employer verification, maybe even a path to citizenship. cnbc's own eamon javers joins us now with the details. good evening, eamon. >> well, we've almost gotten out of practice at watching bipartisan groups of senators hold press conferences here in washington. that's not something we're used to seeing. in recent months, anyway. but the senators laid out why they think is so important and what the time line is for this bill to pass. maybe as ea
. the other is that elections have consequences. take a listen to what congressman steve israel had to say earlier on this. >> i'm not interested in finger points and i'm not interested in the old debates and the old sound bites. we need a solution that is fair and balanced. that secures our borders, that has tough verifiable enforcement, but also provides a path to citizenship for those who are here and part of our economy. when you've got republicans senators who are willing to support this, it's time for house republicans to support it as well. >> fair and balanced. so has the immigration 8 done the work of the president? there's no need for that big policy speech tomorrow. >> i think we need both. remember, we need, you know, the support of the white house as well as the work in congress are going to be critical to making sure that the end result is legislation that remains fair and balanced. because as we know in the legislative process, all sorts of things can get changed and amendments and what have you. so i do think it's important that the president -- remember as the president ta
on this endorsement? >> oh, steve. >> you know, steve, i got to tell you, the -- you guys in the press are incorrigible. i was literally inaugurated four days ago, and you're talking about elections four years from now. >> and i am -- as you know, steve, i am still secretary of state, so i'm out of politics, and i'm forbidden from even hearing these questions. >> violence rages across egypt for a fifth straight day. we will have a live report. >>> and brazil mourns more than 230 young victims of a horrendous nightclub fire as police make the first arrests. >> coulded gay. i'm andrea mitchell live in washington where he begin with breaking news today. word exclusively of what could be a major policy shift on access for gay youths to the boy scouts. nbc justice correspondent pete williams joins me now from the newsroom with the latest on this exclusive story where are pete. >> the boy scouts are considering dropping their national ban on gay scouts or gay scout leaders, and that would be a profound change for an iconic american organization, one that has resisted this for several decades
of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. >> brian: i told you -- steve told you they september a monkey in space, the iranians. what did it look like? what was more accurate? look at my picture and description. exactly like the monkey that went into space! >> steve: you're clairvoyant! >> brian: it's gift. >> gretchen: have a great day. reform we've seen in decades. there is a group of powerful lawmakers from both sides of the aisle now set to announce a framework that could bring sweeping changes in our immigration laws and this would be historic. we'll see if they get it done though. hope the weekend was fantastic. >> it was. how about yours? bill: decent. martha: happy monday, good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. the details of this bill need to be worked out. the senators want to cover four main goals in this. it includes something you heard a lot about, a path to citizenship for the 11 million immigrants already living here. and the establishment of a employment verification program to prevent employers from hiring illegal immigrants. something lik
on this endorsement? >> oh, steve, you know -- i know -- >> i have to ask that question. i mean, come on. i mean, you're sitting here together. everybody in town is talking about it already. and it's taking place. >> you know, steve, i've got to tell you. you guys in the press are incorrigible. i was literally inaugurated four days ago. >> right. >> and you're talking about elections four years from now. >> yeah. and i, as you know, steve, i am still secretary of state, so i'm out of politics, and i'm forbidden from even hearing these questions. >> boy. you know, they have -- if we ever decide to leave this hallowed ground, i think they have the chemistry together to maybe host "morning joe." >> all right. >> much the same chemistry. >> much the same chemistry. look at that. just crackling. come on, mika, that's force. >> that was forced, and that's what i was sort of uncomfortable with. it's sort of obvious. but i guess -- you know, i like them both very much. but is he doing this with everyone else? >> bing crosby and bob hope, they are not. i mean, come on. >> well, they didn't -- >> other people
and how serious this woman really is. >> steve clemens, she is also very difficult to lay a glove on as a witness in congressional hearings, which everybody learned in 1994, when she went around with the health care bill. the bill, it turned out, was doomed. but her presentation and her testimony was unshakeable. authoritative, clear, and left no question unanswered. and we saw that today. >> well, lawrence, when she was running for president i went back and studied her record to try and see whether or not she was a passive legislator or had skill sets, and she really drilled down. i actually went to find the boring and least visible moments of hillary clinton's senate career when she was the leader of the environment and pickup works committee. and what you saw her do on the witness stand today she did as a senator in the committee. she had drilled down into such detail, into issues that you and i and most of the viewers tonight would not be interested in. and so she exhibited something today that is just part of her dna, and her ability to really know thoroughly something so tha
island back in 2003. steve harrigan joining us live from our miami bureau with the latest on this. steve. >> reporter: jaime police have made three arrests as their investigation continues in anger over what went wrong continues to build in brazil in this deadly nightclub fire. first we are learning that the club was initially supposed to hold no more than one thousand people, more than double that inside the club. the pyrotechnic's display firing flares into the air that set the foam roof on fire technically banned under brazil law. there was just one exit operating. initially bouncers stopped people from fleeing out of that exit, because they were scared they were trying not to may their bar tab. it was really smoke that killed most of the more than 230 people dead in this. a thick toxic smoke that not only killed but also disoriented. 50 bodies were found inside the bathroom, people mississippi taking that bathroom door for an exit door. this area has been overwhelmed, the tiny morgue overwhelmed with dead bodies, the bodies moved to a gymnasium, that's where parents came to identify
" with steve croft. >> in politics and in democracy sometimes you win elections. sometimes you lose elections. and i worked very hard but i lost. and then president obama asked me to be secretary of state. i said yes. and why did he ask me and why did i say yes? because we both love our country. >> john: very well put! the president had this to say cut one, about his time working. >> obama: i want the country to appreciate just what an extraordinary role she's played during the course of my administration and a lot of the success we've had internationally have been because of her hard work. >> i'm sorry. i have to disagree with patricia. that sounded like hillary's kickoff for 2016. >> john: i put this out to the brilliant folks in steph land. why do they do this? the president called "60 minutes" and wanted to do this joint interview. something they've never done before. why was it done? was it just a love letter thanking hillary clinton for her service? that's great. we have never seen this done for any cabinet member by a president. any theories? >> hmm. it was a kickoff. >> john: certainl
and years now about the tea party versus establishment wing of the party. steve king, it sounds like he wants to run on the republican side, very conservative a lot of governor of the state, republican governor says steve king is too conservative to win a swing state seat like a with a. it will be fascinating to see how the republicans deal with that conservative wing >> bill: what about tom vilsack, secretary of it agriculture, popular in the state? is there any talk talk of his running? >> there has been some talk. i think et cetera more interested in heading up the agriculture department. there has been more talk about his wife christie vilsack, but democrats, the vilsacks are the first-tier candidates. democrats, one of the things they bring to the table is a deep bench of candidates. so brailey is the big name but there are other candidates who could fill in the void. >> bill: now, in georgia, it's saxby chambliss hanging it up, up up? >> yes, and the fascinating thing >> bill: end of his second term? >> he ran against max cle lapped in that 200
, berniece king and steve king, maine senator angus king, texas senator joaquin castro, nick cannon, coahost of "america's g talent" and my conversation with sonia sotomayor is ahead. are you watching a special inauguration edition of "starting point" from our nation's capitol. we begin right now. >> good morning. welcome, everybody. president obama kicked off his second term as leader of the free world. being joined by "early start's" john berman. and our chief national correspondent john king and john berman. we have the turnout, not expected to match the 1.8 million spectators from 2009. about half as many people, in fact, the president's second time taking the oath in 24 hours. fourth time technically as president. you can see there, the president took the oath with his daughters and his wife watching. there is a requirement, of course, that he is sworn in on january 20th. that's why it's done officially, and then done for the public. the vice president joe dieden w -- biden sworn in by chief justice sotomayor. the first latina to ever swear in a vice president. what do we expect today?
things, they will be able to grow. a personal point of privilege, steve, many people call c-span in the morning and always say thank you for c-span and other i think that's good, but i think this c-span announcers and commentators like yourself should spend more time in thanking the people for calling c-span, because they do take a little portion of our money each month to keep you guys running. but there should be more thanksgiving to the callers. we need to just thank each other. thank you guys. host: thank you for a phone call, robert. let me use his point to go back to something you wrote about earlier this week. "the republican party in opposition." you point to patrick moynihan of new york, why is the model for the republican party today? guest: he wrote an article in 1975 in which he said -- he had just come back from being ambassador to india -- he said, it is unusual for the u.s. to think of itself as being in opposition to international bodies like the united nations, so crucial in creating these bodies, and shaping them, but it was clear by the mid-70s the u.s. wa
. i learned a new word in the english vocabulary, gratti. >> i learned your analogy that steve rattner picked up at home. >> what was that? >> you've got climate change deniers and then you've got debt deniers and anybody that looks at the numbers and says that medicare and medicaid and even social security and our huge military industrial complex don't need to be curbed back right now, that we don't need to plan ahead, they're deniers. >> it seems like two fundamental conversations of our time really. that was really -- >> fascinating. >> fascinating. >> if it's way too early, joe, what time is it? >> it's "morning joe." but stick around, here's chuck! >>> is this the right stuff? big name republicans are on board for crafting immigration overhaul. are these the right guys at the right time to make it happen? or will others on the right convince the party faithful that they're wrong? ofa-fyi. a new new developments today with the newly created group. it's their desire to push the president's agenda in the second term. find out how powerful this massive database of names could be in sh
of state. steve craw from "60 minutes" pressed hillary clinton about her tenure, and she wasn't able to point out any huge, giant policy changes, l.z. >> no. but you know what, to be quite honest, i really can't think of any policy change that's come from a secretary of state in the last few. i don't think it's as high profile of a position to the american people as it is to those within this junket of politics and those who cover it. so it is difficult to really pinpoint one significant thing she has done or her predecessors. with that being said, though, i will give her credit for an amazing speech that she delivered equating the rights of lesbian, gay, transgender people with human rights. when she delivered that speech, it went viral, and she was given heaps and heaps of praise from people in her base. if there's anything, at least in the past year, besides benghazi and the concussion, that people can remember, i think it was that speech. >> well, oddly, that was not mentioned on fox news when brett hume did his piece on hillary clinton. he said clinton did what she said supposed
's being to mean fort next four years. >> steve: log on to the after the show show. now back to washington. bill: good morning from pennsylvania avenue, just across from the white house. the vips are arriving here in washington, d.c. it is an absolutely stunning day already. the stage is set, the mall looks terrific and festivities. they are about to begin in the second inauguration of president barack obama. a bit of a road show for us today. good morning from washington. i'm bill hemmer. special edition of "america's newsroom" on this inauguration day from america's capitol. you look great. martha: terrific to be here. the viewing stand you see behind us. there is the white house. a huge day today. the public event follows the official swearing in we watched yesterday in a small private ceremony that took place in the blue room in the white house. bill: a couple of hours we'll see the parade go right past us here. chief political correspondent carl cameron begins our coverage. live from the national mall. set the scene. what do you see from where you are, carl? >> reporter: happy 57th in
analyst steve ratner. >> always a financier. >> and margaret karlton is back with us. let's start with the top story. president obama begins his second term and no longer in a free fall. the employment rate was back to where it was when he took off at 7.8% and the dow jones up 5,000 points compared to 2009. also up, way up, the national debt. ballooning for $10 trillion in his first inauguration to $16 trillion now. yesterday on "meet the press," former senior adviser david axelrod said growing the economy will continue to be a priority for this administration. >> a larger priority is how do you create an economy in which the american dream and it's fresh approximate people feel like they can get ahead. that's about education and researching development and controlling our energy. all of these are part of the equation. >> president obama has outlined debt reduction as a top priority and high on the list is immigration reform and developing renewable energy and perhaps the most urgent for the president is gun control. why don't we stop there. >> mark carlson, we have been talking a
that crowded with that type of enthusiasm and electricity was back in 2002. steve madden. the place was buzzing. i cracked a few jokes. no one even knew what i was talking about. the stock was five dollars then. you look at all the things that hurt them. weather. sheepskin prices. the macroeconomic situation in europe. i just love the way the stock has been acting. to see that sort of a french, i was shocked. lori: it is freezing cold to seven they do not look like ugg's. they sell normal clothes and shoes and boots. lori: oh, that is right. is that enough to carry the momentum through? charles: the stock is still well over 50%. 44% of the stock is short. if they could just get a small piece of good news, this may really take off. my target is $50. melissa: thank you so much. great stuff. lori: as we do every 15, let's go back down and tap the markets with nicole petallides. nicole: let's take a look at both ford and general motors right now. gm is roughly flat year-to-date. ford was cut today over at buckingham research. also, they said that there is no need on alliance. they are linking up to
, america can meet the test of a new day. my brother steve, the inventor, innately grasps this challenge. so must we. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from california seek recognition? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. >> mr. speaker, i also rise to recognize the 40th anniversary of the supreme court roe v. wade decision this landmark decision granted american women the right to make their own personal health decisions. in consultation with her family and her faith and without government intrusion. mrs. capps: however, this right has been under steady attack in recent years with a clore goal, to make it so difficult to obtain a safe and legal abortion that it's become de facto illegal. but i'm among those who remember what what it was like when women were pushed into the shadows to get care and we cannot go back to that dangerous time. the truth is, none of us can walk in the shoes of each woman, facing an unwanted pregnancy. so let'
interview. a brand new clip from their sit down with cbs' steve croft for "60 minutes" this sunday. >> why did you want to do this, a joint interview? >> the main thing, i wanted to have a chance to publicly say thank you. i think hillary will go down as one of the finest secretary of states we've had. it has been a great collaboration over the last four years. i'm going to miss her. wish she was sticking around. but she has logged in so many miles, i can't begrudge her wanting to take it easy a little bit. i want the country to appreciate just what an extraordinary role she's played during the course of my administration, and a lot of the successes we've had internationally have been because of her hard work. >> a few years ago, it would have been seen as improbable, because we had that very long, hard primary campaign. but, you know, i've gone around the world on behalf of the president and our country. and one of the things that i say to people, because i think it helps them understand, i say, look, in politics and in democracy, sometimes you win elections, sometimes you lose elections
the late, great famous crocodile-wrestling naturalist steve irwin would have hesitated to sit down at a table for an hour and a half with the vice president, but at the end of that session, we knew which of those men had a better political character and which of those men was a better advocate for his cause. [applause] so i am, i'm absolutely certain that whatever is the solution and the answer to the right's political predicament over the next few years, paul ryan will be part of that answer and solution. he is a great friend of nr, a great advocate of our cause. please, ladies and gentlemen, welcome paul ryan. [applause] >> that was pretty good. i'll take you bow hunting someday. [laughter] hey, thanks, everybody. [applause] that's great. thanks so much. appreciate it. well, i can say about that introduction, that was the, um, most recent introduction i've ever received. [laughter] thanks, rich, i appreciate it. you know, i'm happy to see so many friends here in the audience. i just see a lot of familiar faces. and i'm honored to speak to so many distinguished guests. you know, y
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